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Capillary, Interstitial, and Cell Membrane Barriers to Blood‐Tissue Transport of Potassium and Rubidium in Mammalian Skeletal Muscle
Blood-tissue transport of 42K, 86Rb, and22Na was studied in perfused gracilis muscles of dogs to ascertain the influence of capillary wall, interstitial space, and muscle cell membranes on overallExpand
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The organic skeletons of rotaline foraminifera; a review
Synopsis of published information about the relationship of the inorganic and organic skeletons
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Influence of metabolic vasodilatation on blood-tissue diffusion in skeletal muscle.
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Effects of tracheal pressure on the circulation in excised dog lungs with shunts.
  • R. Sheehan
  • Medicine
  • Journal of applied physiology
  • 1 March 1966
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Trichosphaerium—An extraordinary testate Rhizopod from coastal waters
Abstract Testate Trichosphaerium is redescribed and forms are shown to exist which have three-sided or four-sided calcium carbonate spicules embedded in an extra-cellular mucin sheath, which overliesExpand
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A "sluice" model of the circulation in lungs with shunts.
  • R. Sheehan
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Computers and biomedical research, an…
  • 1 June 1969
Abstract A model of the interaction between “sluice” pressure (Pw) and circulation in lungs with shunts was analyzed. (Pw is closely related to and controlled by alveolar air pressure.) The basicExpand
Characteristics of the equatorward auroral boundary near midnight determined from DMSP images
The latitude of the equatorward auroral boundary near local midnight has been determined for 162 Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) images in November-December 1972. When groupedExpand
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